Visit the magnificent National Trust property of Tattershall Castle, a fine medieval tower standing on the flat fens of Lincolnshire. Despite being a survivor of conflict, decay and restoration throughout the centuries, Tattershall Castle retains some of the earliest and finest surviving medieval features.
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Discover several pieces of 17th-century furniture and tapestries collected by Lord Curzon. This medieval castle, spread over six floors, is largely unfurnished but houses some intriguing hidden gems.
Explore the former home and surroundings of the Treasurer to King Henry VI. Discover the hidden history of a 'landscape of lordship' revealed through its archaeology.
Imposing 15th century tower, symbolising wealth and power
Tattershall Castle is an impressive moated building owned by the National Trust.
Built by Robert de Tateshale in the 15th century having received permission from Henry VIII. The castle has changed ownership many times, reaching its prime during the Tudor period.
In the Civil War the castle was besieged, leaving only the great tower but in 1911 the castle was restored allowing access to the public today. Tattershall houses some beautiful hidden gems including huge Gothic fireplaces and church-like windows and outside the castle is surrounded by a beautiful wildflower meadow.
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